The Talbot Inn

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The Talbot Inn, Ledbury

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The Talbot is a 16th Century Coaching Inn. and awarded Visit Britain 4 Star Silver Inn in 2010. The Talbot has been in The Good Beer Guide for over 10 years and we offer over 15 wines by the glass.

Great food and friendly service. Character Bedrooms and WiFi make the Talbot the Place to stay The Malvern Hills, Three Counties Showground and Cheltenham Race Course are near.

The Talbot has been welcoming guests for over 400 hundred years, with its black and white timbered front, joining 4 buildings, the oldest part dating back to around 1550. The Talbot's oak panelled dining room with its fine carved overmantle serving the best of food and fine wine, combined with good old fashioned service is an experience worth having. The well stocked bar with its log fire and award winning cask ales (Good Beer Guide 10th Year) and over 15 wines by the glass is just the place to meet for lunch or just a coffee.

We have six and a half character bedrooms offering a high standard of comfort. Free WIFI is available. For those warmer days we have a courtyard garden which can be quite a sun trap and a heated area for cooler times.

Herefordshire is known as England's Most Rural County", producing more food and drink than any other county in Great Britain, waiting for you to discover and enjoy. Combine this with some of the most idealic scenery in Europe, then add Ledbury, a Market Town with charm and character. Ledbury is a perfect location for a 4 day or longer break - There is so much to see and do, such as walking the Malvern Hills, or coming to The Big Chill Festival in Eastnor's Deer Park.

Ledbury Poetry Festival in July has some really famous names, goes on for 10 or 12 days and attracts some 7,000. The Talbot is located just off of Ledbury's High Street with its Market House on stilts, its fine buildings and its unique specialist shops for some really good retail therapy. Ledbury is ideally located for the Malvern Hills, Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley, it's also only a short drive to Hereford, Gloucester, Worcester, and Cheltenham.

The Three Counties Showground and Eastnor Castle with their many varied and exciting events are close by. Ledbury is very easy to get to a few miles off J2 of the M50, about an hours drive from Birmingham and 3 hours from London; we have a Railway Station and very good Bus connections.

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